New opportunities for real estate in Canada after pandemic disruption

COVID-19 has affected the market and created a second wave of challenges but also innovations

New opportunities for real estate in Canada after pandemic disruption

In October, the Hudson's Bay Company was accused by two landlords of not paying rent since April at locations in Quebec. Lawsuits filed in Quebec Superior Court by the landlords sought “safeguard orders” compelling HBC to pay its rent, alleging that the retailer owed more than $3.5 million in rent and other fees at five Quebec shopping malls.

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